Modified Bitumen

Modified Bitumen, commonly referred to as Mod-Bit, is another asphalt based system is similar to B.U.R. Systems. Mod-Bit has been successfully used in North America since the 1970s and is made to have less brittleness in cold temperature, greater flow resistance in warmer temperatures, more elasticity than comparable B.U.R. systems, greater strength, quality assurance of membrane production consistency and control, and reduced labor for installation. There are different surfacing options including reflective coatings to cut cooling costs, color options to compliment building designs, existing shingles, or the standard white granules.

Mod-Bit Systems can be applied in four ways: Torch Applied, Hot-Mopped, Cold Applied, or with Self-Adhesives (Peel and Stick).

Jottan-Jorel uses trusted brands such as Viridian, Firestone, Johns Manville, Garland and GAF when considering Built-Up Roofing Systems as a possibility in your roofing project.

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